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​Dr. Sitah Alshutwi



                • PhD in Nursing, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2016
                • Organizational Development Certificate Program (ODCP), 2016
                • Master of Science in Nursing, Kramer School of Nursing, Oklahoma City University, May, 2012
        • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, School of Nursing, King Saud University, 2007.


Major Interests/ Working Fields

  • Organizational Development
  • Strategic Planning
    • Nursing Management


Recent research activities/ publications

  • Sitah Alshutwi. (2017). Workplace Support and Turnover Intention: A Preliminary Conceptual Framework to Inform Practice and Research. Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 3(1). 
  • Sitah Alshutwi. (2017). The Influence of Supervisor Support on Nurses’ Turnover Intention. Health Systems and Policy Research, ISSN 2254-9137. DOI: 10.21767/2254-9137.100075 
    •   Sitah Alshutwi, & Adel F Almutairi. (2016). Work-Family Conflict and the Role of Family Supervisor Support as a Promising Approach to Retain Qualified Nurses. Nursing and Care, 5. (1).


On-going projects

  • The Role of Immediate Supervisors on Retaining Female Registered Nurses within the culture context of Saudi Arabia (completed manuscript).
  • The influence of diabetes disclosure on the level of motivation, fatigue, concentration ability, physical activity, and self-management among working adults with Type 1 diabetes in Saudi Arabia (approved by KAIMRC).
  • Nurses with type 1 diabetes: barriers and challenges to diabetes management in the workplace (Submmited). 
    • The influence of Time Management Skills on the Stress and Acedemic Performance levels Among Nursing Students in Saudi Arabia(Submitted).



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